British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland has named an unchanged line-up for the third and final Test against New Zealand scheduled to be played in Auckland on Saturday.
Sam Warburton will continue to lead the side after successfully helping the team to 21-24 win in the second Test in Wellington and level the series 1-1 while Liam Williams has been cleared to feature for the decider after missing the training on Wednesday due to stiffness on leg.
The 10-12 combination of Johnny Sexton and Owen Farrell is set to continue and Ben Te'o will remain on the bench along with his England team-mates Jack Nowell and Courtney Lawes.
"It is not very often on a Lions tour that you get to pick the same 23 for the following game," said Gatland, who made the announcement on Thursday morning.
"We felt we should reward the players for the result and the courage that they showed in coming from behind from 18-9 down, digging themselves out of a hole and then finishing strongly in that last 10 to 15 minutes [to win the second Test]."
This will also be the first time Lions will remain unchanged in successive Tests since 1993 and will be up against a formidable New Zealand side, who haven't lost a game since 1994 at Eden Park.
British and Irish line-up for third Test:
Liam Williams (Wales); Anthony Watson (England), Jonathan Davies (Wales), Owen Farrell (England), Elliot Daly (England); Johnny Sexton (Ireland), Conor Murray (Ireland); Mako Vunipola (England), Jamie George (England) Tadhg Furlong (Ireland), Maro Itoje (England), Alun Wyn Jones (Wales) Sam Warburton (capt, Wales), Sean O'Brien (Ireland), Taulupe Faletau (Wales)
Replacements: Ken Owens (Wales), Jack McGrath (Ireland), Kyle Sinckler (England), Courtney Lawes (England), CJ Stander (Ireland), Rhys Webb (Wales), Ben Te'o (England), Jack Nowell (England)